THE PUBLIC SAFETY
Part I. Vehicles and Road Safety
Chapter 1. Provisions
Section 17.101. Erection and maintenance of signs and
The Governor erects and maintains signs
designating a business, school and residential district, and other signs and
markings, consistent with the provisions of this part, as may be necessary to
direct and regulate traffic.
Section 17.102. Public
inspection of accident reports.
Filing of a report required by Chapter 7 of Title 13
is without prejudice. A report is not open to public
Section 17.103. Power to establish speed limits.
By regulation the Governor may establish higher speed limits than those indicated in Section 13.704 (13)-(15) between widely spaced intersections or lower speed limits than those indicated herein in particularly hazardous areas by erecting a sign giving notice of the speed limit. The speed limits set forth in Section 13.704 (13)-(15) do not apply to an
emergency vehicle when operated in an emergency when the driver gives an audible
signal by horn, bell, siren or exhaust whistle. This section does not
relieve the driver of an emergency vehicle from the responsibility to drive with
due regard for the safety of a person using a road.
The Department of Administration and
Finance collects a fee required by this part.
Amended by State Law 7-1.
Section 17.105. Conditional sales and mortgages.
If a vehicle is subject to an
agreement for conditional sale or lease with the right of purchase upon
performance of the conditions and with an immediate right of possession vested
in the conditional vendee, lessee, or if a mortgagor of a vehicle is entitled to
possession, the conditional vendee or lessee or mortgagor is the owner of the
vehicle for the purpose of this part.